1. STEPHAN P. VEILLEUX, M.B.A.
320 Pansy Road Fairfield, CT 06824 203.895.0731
Highly innovative individual with experience in all aspects of accounting and financial management,
operational analysis and internal controls, adept in the areas of financial reporting, budgeting and planning,
knowledge of internal system controls and systems implementation. Self-motivated and self-starter
individual with ability to work independently while handling multiple tasks. Proven ability to motivate team
to work collaboratively to achieve stated goals and meet deadlines.
Accounting Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Compliance
Budgeting & Forecasting Integrations
Internal Controls Sr. Executive Support
Staff Training & Development
Financial Analysis & Reporting
MEDTRONIC PLC, Surgical Devices, New Haven, CT 1990 — 2015
Hired by U.S. Surgical in 1990, which was then acquired by Tyco International in 1999. Covidien was then
spun off by Tyco International in 2007. Covidien was acquired by Medtronic in 2015.
Director of Accounting 2001 — 2015
Responsible for month end close for $1.7B business unit, reviewed journal entries and related supporting
schedules, reviewed balance sheet reconciliation’s, reviewed intercompany activity, performed variance
analysis with commentary on P&L and finance point person for monthly close review meeting with corporate
team. The company maintained a three day close to record all journal entries, followed by review of
financials with Shared Services Group and Management on Day Four and submission of results to
Consolidations Team Day Five. Collaborated and supported by Shared Service Group.
Developed capital planning and reporting tool that provided metrics used by management to make
capital spending decisions for $100M budget.
Provided accounting guidance and support for 10+ acquisitions including technical accounting, month
end reporting process and Covidien accounting policy compliance.
Responsible for Centers of Excellence Department. Team formed to business partner with all cost center
managers across the Selling, Marketing and G&A organizations ($400M budget) for budgeting,
forecasting and reporting.
Supported R&D department in reviewing and determining capitalization of CIP projects ($80M).
Developed process to review CIP projects on a timely basis, leading to identifying issues earlier in the
project life cycle.
Key Contact for Internal and External Auditors.
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MEDTRONIC PLC (Continued)
Developed an Accounting Review report that was presented monthly to Business Unit CFO and
Controllers. Topics included Technical Accounting issues, material balance sheet accounts and Risks &
Prepared P&L and Balance Sheet along with flux commentary to Business Unit Management and
Lead contact for the coordination of Royalty agreement reviews and compliance with Legal and
Marketing teams ($10M).
Wrote and Reviewed assessments related to Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX).
Key contributor for Kaizen project to develop a synchronized methodology to substantiate the Just-In-
Time (JIT) Rebate Reserve account ($175M; $1B P&L). Key item in Medtronic review of Covidien’s
Collaborated with Technical Accounting Team to research and document following issues: Revenue
Recognition, CIP Impairment, Research & Development Expenses, Product Recalls and Impairment
Key member of JD Edwards system implementation team. Dedicated to system implementation while
retaining day to day responsibilities.
Business Partner to Legal Department supporting budgeting, forecasting and recognition of liabilities.
Supervised a team ranging from 2 to 8 individuals. Team responsibilities included General Accounting,
Fixed Assets and Treasury.
Manager – International Accounting 1995 — 2000
Responsible for the consolidation of the International subsidiary financial results. Duties included review of
the following items: journal entries, balance sheet analysis, intercompany activity and subsidiary financial
Provided support to subsidiaries in completing monthly GAAP financial package.
Prepared Product Line report which provided a fully allocated P&L by subsidiary allowing management to
review individual subsidiary performance.
Reviewed Intercompany FX Gain/Loss calculations for cash settlements.
Responsible for weekly International Subsidiary Sales Tracking Report.
Supervised and developed finance team members that were promoted within organization.
Responsible for reconciliation of Intercompany accounts for twenty domestic entities with relationships
with 30+ foreign entities.
ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
MEDTRONIC PLC, Surgical Devices (formerly Covidien, formerly U.S. Surgical), New Haven, CT
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ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)
FORD CONSUMER FINANCE COMPANY, Norwalk, CT
TITAN SPORTS (WWE), Stamford, CT
CHEESEBROUGH PONDS, Trumbull, CT
Master of Business Administration, Concentration in Finance, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
Bachelor of Arts, Accounting, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
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WORD, POWER POINT, BLACKLINE